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SFGTV
Feb 15, 2013 10:00am PST
arab program was announced in the tjpa filed an application to pursue funding that would allow us to include that construction in phase one. and it was based on that pending application that in june of 2009, the tjpa board authorized us to direct pelly clark pelly as they moved into the development phase to assume that the rail levels would be constructed in the first phase in preparing the design development documents. and in january of 2010, we were notified of the award of 400 million under the program to allow us to construct the rail levels in phase one and it was a significant benefit to the program to allow us to mid gate both the risks of phase one, and face two construction of the transit center. to provide a rail-ready transit center to improve the ground floor design of the transit center by providing program space below grade where we could locate a number of utility and back of house programs freing up the ground level to more publicly, public programs and retail programs. and it also by funding the first phase of construction, allowed it more time for the land sale m
SFGTV
Feb 24, 2013 4:00am PST
at the bus deck and the edge of the park, again to reduce the costs through the use of lighter weight, lower cost terms instead of the gfrc that had been originally proposed. we simplified the storefront glazing, at the west end of the transit center in particular to provide, to switch from amulonless glad to amulon glass allowing us to reduce the cost of what is a significant architectal element of the building in the area and volume. we also simplified along with the architect, the floor in the light column, to provide a glass floor at the base of the light column that will continue to allow the light from primary light column to extend into the rail levels and opening up the circulation in the grand hall and reducing the cost from the skylight seating type of feature that had been proposed at that location. in addition to the hard changes that we have made in the construction documents, and we have had the architect as they were required under their contract to incorporate a number of bid alternates, which will provide us with flexibility as we move forward to the award of the individual
SFGTV
Feb 17, 2013 7:00pm PST
the reappointment of that person. i want you to understand there is education need for the supervisors to take us into consideration. your advisors to the mayor so you could say "how many are you appointing? why isn't there somebody on the planning commission that is knowledgeable about senior and disability needs? why aren't there someone on the human rights commission?" shocked us to hear there was somebody -- not everybody here understand or worked well with but that person has since left human rights. there are commissions we have understandably a vested interest if not even a formal seat so you can talk to the mayor. what are you doing? as well as talk to your district supervisor. what candidates are you trying to get on the different commissions and boards that the supervisor's appoint? thank you. >> thank you. donna. >> [inaudible] >> oh okay. okay. so we're going to close that part -- no, not yet. this is for that teen. is there any more public comment for this particular item? this item, i mean. sorry. >> yes. about physical assets. my name is larry edman juice. i live in
SFGTV
Feb 18, 2013 3:00pm PST
of the award of 400 million under the program to allow us to construct the rail levels in phase one and it was a significant benefit to the program to allow us to mid gate both the risks of phase one, and face two construction of the transit center. to provide a rail-ready transit center to improve the ground floor design of the transit center by providing program space below grade where we could locate a number of utility and back of house programs freing up the ground level to more publicly, public programs and retail programs. and it also by funding the first phase of construction, allowed it more time for the land sale market in the bay area to recover, improving our financing picture in total for phase one. so, in may, 2010, the board adopted the revised base line budget incorporating the funding of 1589 billion. the revised base line budget included cost estimates based on our 50 percent designed development documents from pelly clark pelly and estimates compared from their consultants as well as the web corp and the additional that we received through value engineering and it
SFGTV
Feb 13, 2013 6:30pm PST
in one day, and a great work on his part with getting or helping us on that. and we had to go out and get more money to pay off the people that return these guns, which was a great effort to almost equal less than the arrest with just one day of work. and this is not, and this is just ones of the arrest that we are talking about and 314 and there are other weapons that are seized at different crime scenes or found, a lot of times these guns are found in abandoned vehicles and house and people report them in back yards when we find them and we try to track those and try to find out if we can associate them with a crime. >> excuse me. >> we also track them, there is a board at dc beal's office that tracks the homicides and shootings every day. and that goes back to 2008 and it is a big white chalkboard that each day updated daily, whether we have shootings, homicides and that way the chief and the deputy chief can look at our response in what we are doing. here is currently our system by which we are respond to the 217s. we call them, the shootings out on the streets on a daily basis. i kno
SFGTV
Feb 19, 2013 12:00am PST
of the population of san francisco who receive social security benefits and a lot of us sro's and medicare and medicare and i have a thing really to help make better physical assets. i have been thinking about some that create new jobs. everyone in the nation we would have to walk in, sit down in a bathtub made in america, by americans. i think that would cut health care costs and we talk always about jobs and safety and health and i like that we be able to be san francisco, the city that knows how to put things out, get these balls rolling and have a diverse perspective to get things done because i know i would like to just like each one of you would like to have that walk in tub where you sit down where you don't have to fall and break nothing and you feel much better to volunteer and spread some happiness and joy so thank you and i hope this physical assets will be diverse. thank you. >> thank you. is there anymore public comment on -- yes for this item? >> this item if i am correct is senior disability action. >> yes. >> thank you council. my name is michelle schultz and i came h
SFGTV
Feb 5, 2013 1:30am PST
of his action toward us, toward the police. as far as getting rid of the armor piercing bullets and giving us tools to prevent and prosecute gun crimes he calls for more school resource officers and more counselors in the schools and he asks that the nation assure that youngsters that people that are 16 and 25 years old are the ones that where the mental illness appears in us. and also, that is the same age group that is less likely to ask for help. and he also wanted to insure that the healthcare, covers programs that would offer, you know, treatment for mental illness. >> senator finestien proposed an assault weapon ban and it kind of looks like the burdy law in california and it specifically calls for stopping the sale and transferring the importtation of more than 100 specifically names guns and it goes on as the law does in the state and it says that certain futures create and if a gun has a certain feature it is an assault weapon and therefore it is ban. and it also talks about addressing, the high capacity magazines. we want to stop at ten rounds. and here, at home, marel
SFGTV
Feb 18, 2013 10:30pm PST
secured -- >> i'm sorry to interrupt. everything you're telling us is extremely important but you're speaking a little faster than the captioner can keep pace with. >> i'm sorry . that's my new york upbringing. well, if i don't -- generally i'm respective. i didn't see a timer there so i will sloaz down if that is okay. supervisor kim authored this and i think it's powerful because our office met with the coalition and met with advocacy groups and with city departments and we added a million dollars to the shelter system. this was the first time in years the mayor didn't submit a budget with cuts to this agency and credit to the mayor and the good times coming economically to the city and more slowly that we would like and in addition to that adding a million dollars to the shelter system was will absolutely essential because we have lost a lot of the case management. we lost those positions able to help people become independent, have access to permanent housing and we had difficulties with basic functions of safety and cleanliness in the shelters so this was a big improve
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